Amanda Bergson-Shilcock | Senior Policy Analyst/Immigration at the National Skills Coalition in Washington and a recognized authority in immigration policy and research. She previously held senior research positions at IMPRINT: the Immigrant Professional Integration.
Danny Bortnick | Vice President of Sales at CBS Radio
Fraser Bullock | President and CEO of Salt Lake Organizing Committee for the 2002 Olympic Winter Games; Managing Director, Sorenson Capital; Former Board Member, Omniture.
Rick Carmean | CEO of Red Zebra Broadcasting including ESPN 980, the Flagship radio station for The Washington Redskins.
Ricardo Ernst, Ph.D | Professor of Global Logistics and the former Deputy Dean of the McDonough School of Business, Georgetown University. Weekly Editorial Commentator, CNN Spanish.
Christopher Fomunyoh | Senior Associate for Africa and Regional Director at the National Democratic Institute for International Affairs. In 1999, he founded the Fomunyoh Foundation (TFF), a non-profit organization, with international democracy advocates working for democracy and human rights in the Republic of Cameroon.
Geoffrey Garin | President of Hart Research Associates, one of the nation’s leading survey research firms specializing in commercial, political, and regular public opinion polling, including the NBC/Wall Street Journal survey, widely regarded as a barometer of American opinion.
Bruce Gilbert | Senior Vice President of Sports Operations for Clear Channel Media and Entertainment.
Andrew Daryl Gungadoo | Daryl is the Global Resource / R&D Engineer for Adventist World Radio and serves on the Advisory Committee to the BBC’s Digital Delivery team. Born on the island of Mauritius (Indian Ocean), grew up in Madagascar as well as East & West Africa. He is passionate about creating and deploying beneficial technology for remote parts of the world, and was part of the OLPC project with MIT Media Labs.
Stephen Harkness | Director of New Media at C-SPAN, a public service of the cable television industry.
Allan Lichtman, Ph.D | Distinguished Professor of History at the American University in Washington, DC. His prediction system, the “Keys to the White House”, has correctly predicted the outcomes of all US. presidential elections since 1984.
Kathy Kemper | CEO of the Institute for Education in Washington, DC, which promotes leadership and civility locally, nationally, and in the world community.
Patrick Kennedy | Director at Ketchum Worldwide (UK); former Senior Director at Penn Schoen Berland; Political Reporter for MTV News.
Sheyla Maximilien Viau | Director of Marketing and Anchor of Signal FM in Port-au-Prince. Sheyla spent fifteen years working with Catholic Relief Services in Haiti, implementing safety net and education programs, as well as sustainability projects (e.g. micro credit) targeting marginalized and highly vulnerable persons.
John Meyer | Director of Digital Media at WTOP news. John has led digital strategy for one of the leading news and information broadcasters in the US.
Patrick Moussignac | President and CEO of RADIO TELEVISION CARAIBES media group (RTVC), Haiti’s largest broadcaster, based in Port-au-Prince.
Liliane Pierre-Paul | Founder and co-owner of Radio Kiskeya, Port-au-Prince. Past President, National Association for Haitian Media (ANMH). As a journalist, she was the first to introduce Creole newscasts on-air to reach the vast majority of Haitians who were marginalized because of illiteracy and poor knowledge in French.
Jeffrey Pollack | Emmy® Award-winner, co-founder and first publisher of The Sports Business Daily, and former executive at the National Basketball Association, NASCAR, and the World Series of Poker. Member of the Academy of Television Arts and Sciences.
Ed Rensi | Former President and CEO of McDonalds; NASCAR Team Owner; philanthropist and humanitarian.
Mike Sands | President & CEO of Signal, a global marketing technology company. Mike was a member of the founding Orbitz management team serving as CMO and COO, a partner at the Pritzker Group, held management roles at General Motors and Leo Burnett, named “Marketer of the Next Generation” by Brandweek magazine. He serves on the boards of Signal, LeisureLink, and SIM Partners.
David Sharpe | Director at Carocomm, LLC specializing in mobile product development and strategy, and a Board member of the Safe America Foundation. Previously spent 6 years as Products Director at Digicel (Haiti) and was the General Manager for the Mobile Financial Services business.
Ivan Shulman | President of Radiate Media; former President of The Canadian Traffic Network and founder of The Sports House.
Matthew Siegel | Founder and CEO of OurTime.Org a nationwide non-profit organization to promote and enhance civic responsibility of young voters.
Jeri Thomson | Elected the 30th Secretary of the United States Senate, following 34 years in strategic management positions in the U.S. Senate. Previously she was Executive Assistant/Democratic Representative in the Office of the U.S. Senate Sergeant at Arms.
Noëlle Velly | Director of Multimedia Services, Radio France International.
Joseph Vittoria | Former Chairman and CEO of Avis, Inc. Board Member, United Airlines.